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Seite 719 - I will bear the indignation of the Lord, because I have sinned against him, until he plead my cause, and execute judgment for me : he will bring me forth to the light, and I shall behold his righteousness.
Seite 604 - INDIA CHRISTIANA. A Discourse delivered unto the COMMISSIONERS for the Propagation of the Gospel, among the AMERICAN...
Seite 553 - He neither forbade them, nor turned them back : it was his meat and his drink to do the will of his Father...
Seite 658 - Granado passing thro' the Window, had by the Iron in the Middle of the Casement, such a Turn given to it, that in falling on the Floor, the fired Wild-fire in the Fuse was violently shaken out upon the Floor, without firing the Granado. When the Granado was taken up, there was found a Paper so tied with String about the Fuse, that it might out-Live the breaking of the Shell, which had these words in it; COTTON MATHER, You Dog, Dam you: I'l inoculate you with this, with a Pox to you.1 15.
Seite 624 - Several Reasons proving that Inoculating or Transplanting the Small Pox is a lawful Practice, and that it has been blessed by God for the Saving of many a Life.
Seite 623 - TREMENDA. The dreadful Sound, with which the Wicked are to be Thunderstruck, In a SERMON delivered unto a great Assembly, in which was present a miserable African, just going to be executed for a most Inhumane and uncommon Murder. To which is added, A Conference between a Minister and the Prisoner, on the Day before his Execution.2 June. 1. GD In the Convention of the Ministers' Meeting at the Election, I endeavour several Services.
Seite 16 - Say not thou, I will recompense evil ; but wait on the LORD, and he shall save thee.
Seite 242 - I am informed, that the Minds and Manners of many People about the Countrey are much corrupted, by foolish Songs and Ballads, which the Hawkers and Pedlars carry into all parts of the Countrey.
Seite 748 - I am informed," he says in his wrath, "that yesterday the six men who call themselves the corporation of the college met, and, contrary to the epidemical expectation of the country, chose a modest young man, of whose piety (and little else) every one gives a laudable character. I always foretold these two things of the corporation : first, that if it were possible for them to steer clear of me, they will do so ; secondly, that if it were possible for them to act foolishly, they will do so.